Building a modification kit with the Porsche 911 as a base will make the task even more difficult. Of course the rear-engined coupe is one of the most tuning-friendly vehicles on Earth, but this is exactly what makes the job so complicated, as the competition is more than fierce.
However, if we mention the 9ff name, things instantly change, as we are talking about one of the top Porsche tuners. The company has announced that it will display the most powerful 911 it has ever built.
We are talking about the 9ff BT100, an extreme project that takes the game to another level. Let’s start with the vehicle’s performance: the BT1000 manages to cover the 0 to 186 mph (300 km/h) sprint in a mind-blowing time of 15.9 seconds. This means that the car is 2.8 seconds faster (for this sprint) than the company’s infamous Porsche GT3 GTurbo.
The vehicle already comes with a solid reputation, as earlier this year it managed to outperform the Bugatti Veyron in an acceleration race.
The BT100 uses a custom aerodynamic kit that includes a new front fascia that comes with LED daytime running lights, fresh side skirts, reworked rear bumper and rear wing and rides on multi-spoke lightweight alloy rims that use a golden finish.